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as well. 46 right now in napa. one of the cooler suppose, 47 walnut creek. widespread 50s around the bay area. most of us a few degrees warmer area like fairfield from ten to 12 degrees warmer at this time than we were 24 hours ago. temperatures, on the cool side in some spots but going to warm up rapidly. 48 palo alto. upper 40s castro valley and 50s near lafayette. the pacific satellite view, ridge of high pressure will build in and strengthen offer the weekend. that's going to lead to the warm up. maybe a little bit of patchy fog just this morning but as we get in to the second half of the afternoon, temperatures will be a few degrees warmer than yesterday. sunday a tad warmer than that. monday temperatures reaching near 90 degrees for some of the hotter spots. 82 expected this afternoon today in santa rosa. widespread 70s along the east bayshore line. get in to the peninsula, widespread 70's for you, upper 60s to low 70's for the san francisco area, 78 redwood area, near 80 in santa cruz, extended forecast there again the warming trend continuing through the second half of the weeken
in the north bay. 42 degrees right now in napa. a chilly start for you. 44 in santa rosa. slightly cooler than where we started yesterday morning. 62 already in antioch. a nice, big turn around already this morning. antioch was in the mid 50s an hour ago. 50 in oakland. 52 sfo. a cool 48 degrees over half- moon bay. foster city 48 for you. palo alto 48. one last stop down in sunny vail. checking in at 49 degrees. actually a nice morning to get out, start that morning bike ride or the morning jog. by the afternoon, it's going to be sunny. it's going to be warm. we get rid of that patchy fog along the coastline. temperatures will warm well into the 60s and our inland areas into the 80s. mid to upper 80s. take a look around. we'll start in the north bay. 86 for you. 85 for samona. 81 for san rafael. 76 if you are going down by the water. 79 for oakland. in the inland east bay. we're looking at 86 for you. 88 in liver more. 88 for brentwood. some of the hotter spots getting closer to 90 degrees. 86 san jose. santa cruz, nice and warm this afternoon. 81 degrees expected for you. 83 for sunny vale.
-- daly city. north by community you see the 60's near the coast. 77 though newspaper santa rosa. napa. san rafael. vallejo mid 70's clover dale ukiah and clear lake with occasional high clouds passing tluchlt east bay 72 agrees and oakland. get you up to 70 in berkeley. 75 81 city. inland community you are close to where you should be for this time of year. go with 80 in antioch. walnut creek 7 79. 77 please an to be. accu-weather 7 day forecast and it will feature very little change next two days low 60's to low 80's. low clouds though back in the forecast for the weekend. along the coast line. mid 80's inlay sun. low 90's by monday. you see the wide range mid 60's to low 90's very summer like then mperatures start to dropff few degrees by midweek. >> thank you. >> update for you on the bricking news in the boston area. our affiliate there says there's been a huge response by federal agents to reported shoot out with two men in the suburb of world trade center town. >> 2 may have been involved in the somewhating death of mit police officer. local news reports say they thre
temperatures, 40s near the coast, especially near half moon bay. interior north bay, napa valley, mid-to-upper 40s there. 44 degrees in antioch overnight tonight, 51. here's the setup for the next few days. high pressure will continue to build in. you can see what it's doing, just pushing the jet stream or the area of storminess well to the north of the bay area. so no rain in our accuweather seven-day forecast. it will keep us clear tonight as well as tomorrow and as we head into monday and tuesday, this high will really start to peak and push inland and that's going to mean peak temperatures, the warmest temperatures, monday and tuesday. and we're talking daytime highs close to 90 degrees especially inland. so a possibility of record highs. here's how we'll look tomorrow. you can see for oakland, 75 degrees. by monday, temperatures start to come up. low 80s. and then as the sea breeze moves in, temperatures drive back down into the 60s, livermore valley area, 87 for sunday. notice the warmest day, monday, close to 90 degrees, through tuesday, and then cool off by thursday, friday, a
near the coast, especially near half moon bay. interior north bay, napa valley, mid-to-upper 40s there. 44 degrees in antioch overnight tonight, 51. here's the setup for the next few days. high pressure will continue to build in. you can see what it's doing, just pushing the jet stream or the area of storminess well to the north of the bay area. so no rain in our accuweather seven-day forecast. it will keep us clear tonight as well as tomorrow and as we head into monday and tuesday, this high will really start and peak and push inland and that's going to mean peak temperatures, the warmest temperatures, monday and tuesday. and we're talking daytime highs close to 90 degrees especially inland. so a possibility of record highs. here's how we'll look tomorrow. you can see for oakland, 75 degrees. by monday, temperatures start to come up. low 80s. and then as the sea breeze moves in, temperatures drive back down into the 60s, livermore valley area, 87 for sunday. notice the warmest day, monday, close to 90 degrees, through tuesday, and then cool off by thursday, friday, and saturday, so en
have read about the winemaking family and their role of making napa valley but it is today. her new book is "lost kingdom l.i.e.'s last clean, the sugar kings and america's first imperial venture." i won't say anything more about that. and she lives in the bay area. next to her is t.d. allman a native to the canadian of miami. >> i was born in florida and i accept that. [laughter] >> a veteran journalist and book writer his new book is "finding florida: the history of the sunshine state." it was a decade in the making and it seems like a prequel to one of your earlier books, miami city of the future. he's written two other books and if i counted right you are the kuhl lab kuhl author of another dozen books? >> yes, i lose count. >> and i thought that i was busy. >> at the end we have greg goldin, co-author of "never built los angeles." i think this is the only copy into existence on the other side. there will be copies for sale next door? >> they are on a boat from hong kong. >> i read the book and it really is fascinating and a detailed graphics we'll talk more about the growing vi
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